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Tony Blair talks of his religious experiences at prayer breakfast

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  1. “From without, religious faith is assailed by an increasingly aggressive secularism, which derides faith as contrary to reason and defines faith by conflict. Thus do the extreme believers and the aggressive non-believers come together in unholy alliance.”

    Bloody cheek!

  2. Sister Mary Clarence 6 Feb 2009, 10:40pm

    Pressures of the job. Totally unhinged now. Won’t be long now before he’s running round in a nightdress with sh*t in his hair.

  3. “From within, it is corroded by extremists who use their faith as a means of excluding the other. I am what I am in opposition to you. If you do not believe as I believe, you are a lesser human being.”

    Since Tony likes his Popery-Lite he probably hasn’t read through to the end of “The Book” to find out what a bunch of Apocalyptic “extremists” the Apostles of Christ were!

    Gosh! How embarrassing!

  4. Simon Murphy 7 Feb 2009, 3:16am

    What an utter disgrace Tony Blair is. He hid his religious extremism while lying about the need for war in Iraq (a country which posed zero threat to the UK). Almost a million people have been killed in Iraq since. He is evidence of the vicious murderous nature of religion.

  5. “Tony Blair talks of his religious experiences at prayer breakfast”
    Having read all that I’m having difficulty keeping my own breakfast down.

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